By nobuhle n nyoni
The Kings That Didn’t Need This Queen
Self Published Author
Nobuhle N Nyoni
When I wrote this book I was not sure how far I wanted to go, I felt the fear of judgement creeping in. What would people say about me? The journey of writing this book was filled with sadness, pain, and laughter.
I shared my highs and lows, the pain men caused me and the pain I caused them. Through all these relationships I did not realise how much my childhood had affected me and how it had shaped me. It took me 11 years to see this. Through my reflections, my book was born.
The book kept me engaged from the first chapter. I think what was so engaging was that each chapter was relatable to an extent and at times I found myself yelling asking why lol. It really did tap into my emotions and made me look into past experiences I have had and finding the root triggers.
It’s a must-read for those who perhaps struggle with self-love, relationships, or understanding key triggers. I would recommend, I wish it was longer, to be honest.
– Chengeto MAyowe
By briefly following The Kings from past relationships and the lessons that those taught, uBu navigates to the concluding reason of why these kings did not need her. This book isn’t a psychology textbook, but shares a remarkable insight on how the way you interact with a child, might forever mark their future, for better or for worse……
Sweet quick read. Felt like I was reading a letter from an old friend I haven’t spoken to in decades & just reconnected with. Loved ‘THE COINS ” … stuff we all probably know but hearing it from someone else served as a reminder of what we ought to do. Good job and congrats on your first.
Features & Contributions
By samantha vazhure
Brilliance of Hope
Nobuhle N Nyoni
This book is filled with stories from 15 contributors, each one documenting their journeys. It is a book that brings to light the reality of the Zimbabwean dispersion and I am excited to get it into your hands.
My stories are around the things I have experienced and the lessons I have learnt whilst living in South Africa. I have been based in South Africa for about 4 years now and believe me when I say my eyes have been opened. Africans are not yet free, for as long as we look at each other as enemies then we have a long way to freedom.
Be sure to keep watching this page for the launch date!
By amanda tayte-tait
24 and Reclaiming
Nobuhle N Nyoni
8 women in total came together to share heartfelt stories. This book will show you what it is to be a woman, to not own your body because society says so, the trials almost every woman has been through. It will take you through the shock, the pain, and the journey of forgiveness and accepting yourself as you are.
It will remind every man and woman the importance of doing the toxic behaviours we carry around and continue to call normal. It is a pathway for a young woman to understand that she is not wrong for choosing herself and mapping her own journey. To remind her that when she does she will be abandoned by those closest to her but it doesn’t mean she will not find her tribe.
written for meeting of minds uk
I am Positive and Loud – Auxillia Chimusoro